Xamarin andrdoid component

When I add the latest Xamarin Urban Airship component from the component store, it does not install all the way, and the component displays 'incomplete'.  It doesn't add the urban airship dll.  When I download the latest Urban Airship dll and add it to the app, the app does not build.  It throws an error that says its missing xamarin.android.support.fragment.  I can't add xamarin.android.support.fragment through nuget because it throws an error that I'm trying to install that into a project that targets the wrong version of something else.

 

What library do I need to add to get in app messaging to work?  Right now I have AirhsipBindings 2.2.2

 

thanks

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  • Patrick,

    Would you be able to show the complete error you get when trying to install the component from the store?

    Depending on what the error is, it could be a dependency error on the Android Support Library, which I'm not certain if Xamarin Studio has updated to yet. If you haven't already, see if updating to the latest Xamarin Studio helps at all.

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  • Thanks, but I'm using Visual Studio 2015

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  • Patrick,

    Hmm, then Visual Studio should have some output logs concerning the error. Do you perhaps happen to have those?

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  • I will try to get these to you.  I'm trying to get in app notifications to work.  Are those supported in AirshipBindings 2.2.2?

     

    thanks

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  • Patrick,

    Yes, in-app notifications are supported in 2.2.2 of the component.

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  • Never mind, I answered my own question.  They indeed are working for me in Xamarin Android with UA 2.2.2

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  • Ok thank you.  Are in app messages supposed to only appear when you first open the app, or would they also appear when you are already in the app?

    thanks!

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  • Patrick,

    In-app messages will display on the next foreground of the app. That is, if the app is backgrounded, and an in-app message is sent, the next time the user opens the app then the in-app message will appear.

    By default, if the user has the app foregrounded, then the in-app message will not be shown to the user. You can change this using the DisplayASAP mode and setting that to true/false depending on how you want it set up in your app.

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  • Ok thank you very much

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